The Answer and the Solution
One or more of the following may help you in finding an answer to a challenge or difficulty you are currently experiencing. To see something we really need or hear what needs to be heard, sometimes we first have to let go of old habits. Frequently we get caught up in strengthening and maintaining old habits more than trying to understand reality…our own.
The solution to any problem is like making a key after the lock has been made. The thing is, it is possible because you hold the key.
Life is nothing without doing something good with the experiences we have.
Feeling bad about making a mistake doesn’t make you a bad person. The mistake doesn’t define you as a person. We ALL make mistakes.
One definition of a ‘Miracle’: that small percentage of possibility we don’t know exists until it happens.
Sometimes we need to change the ‘me’ we have convinced ourselves of for a very long time.
Teach yourself how capable you are by the mistakes you make, and how quickly you can learn from them to move forward.
There are a lot of explanations for why we do what we do. The thing is, who’s listening?
When we close our eyes, the Truth is not distracted.
If ‘Miracles’ did not exist, then neither would the word.
Sometimes we have a hard time letting go of regrets and mistakes because it seems easier to blame, than to exercise the gift of forgiveness–releasing anger and resentment not only toward others, but maybe us too.
You and the Universe are a match made in Heaven.
It’s amazing how much easier life gets when we stop comparing ourselves to other people.
The past is not NOW.
‘Maturity’ in part, is knowing how to get unstuck from confusion.
Who is your ‘parent’ today? Is it you?
Sometimes a car just needs a tune-up. Not a complete overhaul.
Dreams allow us to live with the Truth of ourselves.
When we blow things out of proportion, we might make them bigger than we can handle.
Amazing that all the planets are minding their own business.
Let ‘big-picture’ reason be your sword.
Perform Miracles. Conquer the things you feel helpless over.
The antidote to fear of failure is action.
Sometimes we need to prove ourselves wrong.
Want ‘new’? Change you.
Don’t confuse disagreement with disapproval.
Get use to being a winner.
Love life like there is no comparison.
Your job is you.
Respect and love your understanding of how so many lives can be so different, and then you can respect and love your own–unconditionally.
You will always know more of the Truth about you than anyone else.
Who are you if not how you relate to others?
Be aware of what makes you feel free–exercise these often.
The majority of our choices are who we are now. However, that is subject to change, because everyone and everything does.
If you exercise self-control, you know how to.
Cut your own apron strings.
‘Freedom’ is just another word for not having to pretend who you are not anymore.
The Earth is a rare and unique life-form in this Universe. Our world is pretty special when it comes to planets, considering we are the only ones that have life for billions of miles (kind of a quiet neighborhood). Feel unique and special, because you are part of this all-inclusive vacation package–brought to you by you.
About the Author
For over 20 years, John Cane has helped over 100,000 individuals in areas of Self Improvement. John is a Certified Life Coach, motivational speaker and writer who develops and implements confidence and self-esteem workshops in North Carolina, South Carolina, and New York. With a background in Psychology, he has six certifications in Personal Growth and Development. His Journal Books, ‘Important Things I Remember from My Parents’ are used in schools and as an aid for adults in gaining strength in self identity in the United States and Europe.
John is currently pursuing his Doctoral Degree in Psychology & Interdisciplinary Inquiry at Saybrook University, Oakland, California. His specialization, Psychology of Creativity Studies focuses on a growth-oriented perspective emphasizing human potential, intended to broaden an in-depth understanding of the natural creativity in all of us.